Being Canada's second largest province (covering more than 1,000,000 sq kilometers), Ontario is larger than France and Spain combined! As of 2008, Ontario had a population of over 12.9 million people, making it the most populated province. Ontario has 250,000 lakes and numerous rivers and streams, and four of the five Great Lakes are found in Ontario (Superior, Erie, Huron, and Ontario). Ontario is usually divided up into five regions, all of which are worth seeing: the Bruce Peninsula, the City of Owen Sound and Area, Lake Huron Shoreline, East Grey/Beaver Valley and Saugeen Country. Places to be sure not to miss are: Moosonee, Iroquois Falls, Ottawa, Kingston, Barrie, Toronto, Niagara on the Lake, Windsor, Stratford, Tobermory, Manitoulin Island, Thunder Bay and Kenora.
Something that everyone should really see and visit is the Niagara Falls State Park. The park draws millions of people every year who want the chance to view the magnificent falls from one of the numerous outlooks. Take a short stroll to the bottom of Bridal Veil Falls to feel the mist during the Cave of the Winds tour. Or maybe you'd rather take a Niagara Falls tour of a different sort with the Maid of the Mist boat ride, which takes you to the base of the falls! Nature enthusiasts also love to tour Niagara Falls' miles of trails.
Be sure to also visit the World's Tallest Tower and a Wonder of the Modern World: the CN Tower. Standing 1,815 ft and 5 inches tall, it is a very important telecommunications hub and a must see for visitors to Toronto. In less than a minute you will be elevated to a height of 1,136 feet on the Look Out level, which offers breathtaking views and horizons. If you go down a level you'll find the Glass Floor and the Outdoor Observation level where you can experience the breeze at 1,122 feet above ground. However, id you want to go up and not down, you can transfer to the Sky Pod elevator from the Look Out level to go another thirty-three floor straight up.